Hi everyone,

I noticed that git-reset does not seem to respect GIT_WORK_TREE.  Here
is a simplified test case:

$ mkdir src_dir && cd src_dir
$ git init
$ touch A && git add A && git commit -m "Dummy commit."
$ mkdir ../build_dir && cd ../build_dir
$ export GIT_WORK_TREE=../src_dir
$ export GIT_DIR=../src_dir/.git
$ git reset
Unstaged changes after reset:
D       A

The final command "git reset" erroneously suggests that the file "A"
does not exist in the working tree.  Does anybody know why git-reset
behaves this way?

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